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The width of the output pulse of the motion circuit (M) equals the overlap time of the facilitation pulse (P1 ) and the trigger pulse (P2 ), if the facilitation pulse precedes the trigger pulse. Note that a single motion sensing element in a 1-D array contains a pair of motion circuits, but only one edge detector and one pulse-shaping circuit, because the pulses are shared among neighboring motion circuits. The FT motion sensor uses a nonlinear ﬁltering circuit to convert the current pulse from the edge detector into a thin voltage spike that is translated into a voltage pulse of ﬁxed amplitude and width by a refractory neuron circuit.
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